Payment notices help you accurately file and avoid return processing delays

November 30, 2021 : H&R Block

Did you receive a 2021 stimulus or advance Child Tax Credit payment? If your answer is yes, you’ll want to be on the look-out for one or both of these letters this tax season.   

  • Advance Child Tax Credit payment recipients: look for IRS Letter 6419. Review details in our IRS Letter 6419 article. 
  • Stimulus (Economic Income Payments) recipients: look for IRS Letter 6475. Review details in our IRS Letter 6475 article.

Why are the letters so important? You need the letters to report the correct amount of your payments, which can help you avoid lengthy return processing delays.  

Ready to file but don’t have your letter? Check out the articles linked above for alternatives to using your letters.

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